Pelvic Rehabilitation:

Pelvic Rehabilitation -  Is a very specific type of Physical Therapy that focuses on the evaluation and treatment of conditions that involve the abdomen, lumbosacral spine, hips, groin, and pelvic region.  Pelvic Physical Therapists receive specialized training to address a broad range of conditions including  pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, bowel and bladder dysfunction, incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and pregnancy-related pain.:

 We Treat A Wide Range of Patient Conditions  
  • Urinary Leakage, Urgency or Frequency
  • Overactive / Painful Bladder

  • Low Back, , Hip, Abdominal, Groin Pain

  • Fecal Incontinence

  • Chronic Constipation

  • Pain With Sexual Activity

  • Tailbone Pain

  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

  • Pregnancy or Post Partum Issues

Other Services We Offer:
  • Neck / Back Pain

  • Shoulder / Elbow Pain

  • Hip / Pelvic Pain

  • Knee / Foot Pain

  • Arthritis

  • Orthopedic Conditions

  • Post-Surgical Care

  • Balance / Falls

  • Vestibular Problems

  • FCE / Work Hardening

  • Workers Comp Injuries

  • Auto Accident Injuries

  • Sports Injuries

General Information

  • Manual therapy is used to address chronic muscle tension and to improve mobility of connective tissue and scar tissue.

  • Men with pelvic pain describe pain in their penis, testicles, groin, or rectum. They are often misdiagnosed as having Chronic Prostatitis when, in fact, the origin of the pain is pelvic floor muscle tightness and/or muscle spasms.


  • Dyspareunia due to shortened pelvic floor muscles, chronic muscle tension or spasm, vaginal atrophy, perineal injury, scar tissue, or pelvic malalignment:

  • Manual physical therapy techniques are used to:  1) Restore normal pelvic floor muscle length and tone, and 2) Correct pelvic malalignment to improve stability and/or mobility of the spine and hips


  • Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction causing back, hip, groin, lower abdomen and pelvic floor pain:

  • Manual techniques are used to restore mobility/stability of the SIJ, and appropriate lumbopelvic stabilization exercises are prescribed.


  • Lower Back Pain and Sciatica, caused by postural changes and ligament laxity during pregnancy


  • These patients benefit from individualized instruction in good posture and body mechanics for caring for the infant and older child, manual techniques to address muscle tension contributing to pain, and appropriate strengthening and stabilization exercises. 

Head to Toe Physical Therapy

665 S. Pear Orchard Road

Suite 114

Ridgeland, MS 39157

Office 769-235-6788

Fax 769-235-6763

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